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Empire Imagine is a new townhouse and single family home development by Empire Communities currently under construction at 7570 Goldenrod Trail, Niagara Falls. Imagine a new life in a new home, one where you’re surrounded by gorgeous trails and luscious greenery. Imagine vineyards and fresh produce within easy reach, as well as some of Ontario’s best artistic and cultural attractions. Imagine, the most exciting community to ever come to Niagara.
Developer: Empire Communities
Address: Goldenrod Trail & Elderberry Dr, Niagara Falls
Pricing: Townhomes Starting From The High $400’s // Detached Homes Starting From The Mid $600’s
Occupancy: Townhomes – October -December 2021 // Detached Homes Move-In-Ready
Home Types: Back-to-Back Condo Towns // 20′ Townhomes // 34′ Detached Homes // 42′ Detached Homes
Sizes: Townhomes: 1,453 sq ft – 1,731 sq ft // Detached Homes: 2,218 sq ft – 3,249 sq ft
Deposit Structure: $10,000 on Signing // $1,000/month For 6 Months // Balance to the Original Deposit 7 Months Before Closing
Prices for Townhomes starting from $414,990
Prices for Detached homes on 27′ lots starting from $469,990
Prices for Detached homes on 34′ lots starting from $544,990
Prices for Detached homes on 42′ lots starting from $649,990
Imagine being only 12 Minutes from the famous Niagara Falls! Easily spend your day enjoying an amazing assortment of Restaurants, Attractions, Shopping, Nightlife, one of the many Wineries and Golf Courses & So Much More. Conveniently located less than 5 Minutes from all of your immediate shopping needs at SmartCentres Niagara Falls featuring stores such as: Walmart, LCBO, PetSmart, as well as a number of other great retailers. 10 Minutes from the Niagara GO Train station which is now operating on a regular weekday schedule making your commute to Downtown Toronto that much easier. Only 3 Minutes from the QEW making travelling throughout the GTA an absolute breeze. You will be less than 20 Minutes from Brock University, which is home to over 19,000 students.